ALEXANDRIA, Va., July 7 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army has exercised a one-year contract option with Agility Defense and Government Services to continue providing transportation services.
U.S. company Agility DGS announced it has received an extension on its Heavy Lift VI contract with the Army. Under the $91 million deal, Agility DGS will continue to provide military personnel with transportation services.
Agility DGS will also continue to provide the Army with heavy equipment transport services of supplies and equipment as part of a Defense Department effort to ensure the Army's supply line requirements are met in the Iraq and Kuwait areas of operations.
"The Heavy Lift VI renewal again underscores Agility DGS's reputation for efficient, effective and highly dependable performance on complex logistics assignments," Dan Mongeon, Agility DGS president and chief executive officer, said in a statement.
"We will continue to deliver best value services to the Army on this important contract."